Will my children steal my money when I'm old?
Your financial affairs do not have to be complex but if you lose capacity to make your own decisions and you have not already made a Lasting or Enduring Power of Attorney, then it may be necessary to apply to the Court of Protection for the appointment of a deputy.
We are recognised as experts in our field and we can guide you, and those closest to you, through the process of applying to Court. We will explain in clear and simple terms what is involved and how long it will all take.
The reputation of the Court in the media has suffered in recent years but, as with other issues portrayed in the press, the true picture is not always so obvious or as worrying as you might think. Appointing a deputy is a huge step in anyone’s life but it certainly does not mean that all control over your own decision-making has now ended. We want to ensure that you are properly informed.
Among the many things we will discuss with you will be:
Appointing a deputy is only the first step and our relationship with you does not end at that point. We want you to be confident, whether as the deputy or as the person who needs a deputy, that your affairs are being looked after appropriately and we will support you for as long as you need
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